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Why can't both opt b & c be the ans? Because they're asking only the type of organ similarity & not type of evolution? Please explain.
sunitasaxena last edited by sunitasaxena
homologous structure is an organ, system, or body part that shares a common ancestry in multiple organisms
Forelimbs of cat, lizard,whale ,bat and the flipper of a dolphin or whale are homologous structures. They are different and have a different purpose, but they are similar and share common traits
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